Monthly Archives: January 2010

Invitation Etiquette: Return Addressing

You’ve figured out the complex nuances of wording your wedding invitation, and you’re ready to submit your order (finally!). And then you’re asked something you haven’t considered: What mailing address would you like printed for the invitation’s return address and for the reply card envelope? Brides call us frequently for help with this question, wondering
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Cake: Wedding Cake Alternatives

There aren’t any hard and fast rules stating that you must have a traditional wedding cake. What if you and your guy don’t like cake or think the idea of a traditional tiered wedding cake is overdone? If this is the case or you are just looking for an extra way to sneak in some
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Cake: Grooms Cakes

An older tradition that is making a huge comeback is the groom’s cake. These cakes are a tradition stemming from the southern United States. Typically this cake is placed next to the bride’s cake and later on in the evening the cake is often cut into individual pieces and placed into boxes. According to legend,
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Reception: Music Guide for Wedding Reception

Here are some things to consider when choosing what music you will be playing throughtout your wedding reception. Pre Announcement Tunes Be sure to have music playing prior to your grand entrance at the reception. Your guests will be waiting on you for a little while and you don’t want to make them sit in
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Invitation Etiquette: The RSVP

In today’s hectic and harried world, the simple courtesy of responding to an invitation seems to have, for many, fallen into the “optional” category. Such an oversight may be merely an annoyance when you’re hosting an informal weekend barbeque. But for an event the size and expense of a wedding, you’ll find that getting an
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